Pakistan's war plane crashed, killing two Pak pilots in an accident

Bangla Hunt Desk: A military aircraft crashed during a routine practice on Monday in the eastern Punjab (Pakistan) part of Pakistan. Two Pakistan pilots (Pakistan Airforce Pilot) died in the accident. The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), a media arm of the Pakistan Army, said the accident happened in the Gujarat area of ​​Punjab.

During the ISPR age, it was reported that two pilots, Major Omar and Lieutenant Faizan, died in the crash. Omar was an instructor pilot and a Fijian trained pilot. The cause of the accident is not yet known, according to the Pak Army. However, they also reported that no casualties were reported to the general public.

Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa paid tribute to the deceased two pilots, saying, “The highest sacrifice of self-sacrifice is to protect the motherland. I wish them peace of mind. I extend my condolences to the bereaved families of the two pilots. ” Let me tell you that on July 23, an army plane crashed in a suburb of Rawalpindi, Pakistan. There were three lives.

The ISPR then reported that 12 Aam Janata were killed along with five army officers in the accident. Twelve more civilians were injured in the accident, when a plane crashed into a house, while people were sleeping inside the house.

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